EPIPHONE ACOUSTIC: EARLY 1970S JAPAN NUMBERED MODELS
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MODEL 6730 Get Pricing - dreadnought body style, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, round soundhole with multi-ring rosette, multi-layer binding, three-piece bolt-on neck, 14/20-fret rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, black headstock overlay with Epiphone logo, three-per-side chrome tuners, adj. rosewood bridge, black pickguard, Natural finish, 25.5 in. scale, mfg. 1970-71.
Model 6735 12-String Get Pricing - similar to the Model 6730, except in 12-string configuration with six-per-side tuners, mfg. 1970-71.
MODEL 6732 Get Pricing - Grand Auditorium 000-style body, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, round soundhole with multi-ring rosette, multi-layer binding, three-piece bolt-on neck, 14/20-fret rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, black headstock overlay with Epiphone logo, three-per-side chrome tuners, adj. rosewood bridge, black pickguard, Natural finish, 24.75 in. scale, mfg. 1970-71.
MODEL 6830 Get Pricing - dreadnought body style, spruce top, rosewood back and sides, round soundhole with decorative rosette, multi-layer binding, three-piece bolt-on neck, 14/20-fret bound rosewood fingerboard with large block inlays, bound black headstock overlay with Epiphone logo, three-per-side chrome tuners, adj. rosewood bridge, black pickguard, Natural finish, 25.5 in. scale, mfg. 1970-71.
Model 6834 12-String Get Pricing - similar to the Model 6830, except in 12-string configuration with six-per-side tuners, mfg. 1970-71.
MODEL 6832 Get Pricing - Grand Auditorium 000-style body, spruce top, rosewood back and sides, round soundhole with decorative rosette, multi-layer binding, three-piece bolt-on neck, 14/20-fret bound rosewood fingerboard with large block inlays, bound black headstock overlay with Epiphone logo, three-per-side chrome tuners, adj. rosewood bridge, black pickguard, Natural finish, 24.75 in. scale, mfg. 1970-71.
EPIPHONE ACOUSTIC: EARLY 1970S JAPAN NUMBERED MODELS In 1970, Epiphone moved all production overseas and the first models to be produced in Japan feature no model name but a four digit model number instead. This configuration only lasted for two years, and by 1972, the entire Epiphone line was renamed again.

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